Award-winning Cornish Bakery to open in Nottingham

The Cornish Bakery is opening in Nottingham
The Cornish Bakery is opening in Nottingham -Credit:Cornish Bakery

A bakery with award-winning pasties, buttery Viennoiserie, cakes, bakes, tortilla and ethically sourced coffee is planning to open in Nottingham. The Cornish Bakery has more than 50 sites around England including Birmingham, Stamford, and Truro.

This will be the first branch in Nottinghamshire. It is an eat-in or take-out bakery with Cornish roots. The chain also delivers pasties and sausage rolls by post. Feta swirls, ham hock toasties, savoury scones and their "famous" cheese straws are amongst the other items on sale.

Earlier this year the bakery announced plans to double or triple in size. Founded in 1994, Cornish Bakery opened nine new stores in 2023 and hopes to reach 100 outlets by 2025, becoming one of the leading modern high-end bakeries globally.

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Founder Steve Grocutt, who was born in Wolverhampton, previously told World Coffee Portal that Cornish Bakery was seeking to change the perception of what a high street bakery could be, backed by a rebrand to make the business more suited to mainstream high street locations.

“We are not your local bakery to get your daily bread, in fact we do not even sell bread. We simply want to nourish our customers with the freshest possible quality food washed down by the best imaginable coffee,” he said.

The company, accredited as 'outstanding to work for 2023' by Best Companies, is advertising the job of assistant bakery manager with a salary of up to £27,000 a year. The exact location in Nottingham and opening date have not been revealed.